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LISC's Equitable-Transit Oriented Development Fund (ETODAF) invested in The Neighborhood Developer's (TND) purchase of an affordable property in Chelsea to keep existing residents from being displaced.
Partners for Places selects Boston for its matching grants program, funding sustainability and resiliency activities for multifamily affordable housing in Boston. LISC is excited to announce we will be opening applications for the program in early 2020.
On September 26 at the DeWitt Center in Roxbury, LISC convened a discussion on Opportunity Zone investments and announced grant awards for projects in Lawrence, Boston, Worcester, Chelsea, Brockton, Holyoke, and Somerville.